Clients often ask us whether they should get a trademark for their business. The answer is usually “yes”, but the considerations – especially regarding whether to register the trademark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) - are complicated. Here are four facts to help you.
This is not a comprehensive explanation of trademarks, but since there are many misconceptions about what a trademark is, and about what registration means, here is a brief overview of four considerations.
Business leaders trying to operate more efficiently or increase valuation may reap significant benefits from the proper assessment of financial ratios.
Historically, the three main types of business entities have been sole proprietor, partnership, and corporation. Today, another common form of business is the limited liability corporation (LLC).
If you are a Connecticut business owner, it is important to understand that your filing requirements do not end after you have formed your Corporation.